Tag Archives: scifi
Before we begin, this is a discussion on the novel Starship Troopers and not the movie by the same name. While the movie is a fantastic one, the book is decidedly different. When the movie came out in 1997, I had just gotten out of a 6 year stint in the Army and was attempting […]
Lonelytrooper decides that becoming a pilot will put him on the fast track to a black suit. He is here to tell you about his new job.
We all have to pay our dues to get ahead in life and Lonelytrooper is no different. Check out his latest vlog from the biggest ball of sand in the universe.
A music video featuring images from Star Wars and a song from Highlander “Princes of the universe.” It was my first ever attempt at editing back in college. I hope you enjoy.
TK422 is back to tell you about the the first fire fight he got a chance to be in…sort of.
Check out The Final Cut’s review of the low budget independent send up to cheesy 80’s films. “The human spirit will never be obsolete!”
Here is the first episode in a web series I came up with a while ago. TK422 talks about his life as a stormtrooper and his ambitions to become a commander.
Catching up on some sci-fi movies I had missed first time around, I came across The Darkest Hour, a Russian-American alien invasion offering that was originally released Christmas of 2011. This film seems to have been universally panned by critics, and even now it is difficult to find good reviews for it. However, I was […]
The announcement at Comic-Con that Phineas and Ferb is heading to the Star Wars universe has garnered mixed emotions. For producers of Phineas and Ferb, this is a dream come true. Some fans of the franchise feel this is the start of Disney destroying something we all love so much. With LucasArts being shut down […]
In 1966, the deck of the Enterprise was shown in fabulous technicolor. Men and women of all backgrounds, and even planets, worked together in brightly colored shirts identifying their rank, cheerfully tackling philosophical issues with the bright light of morality and civilization. Fifty years later, the Enterprise is flying again, but this time with highly […]